Each year since 1990, the clocks researchers at Texas A&M
University, along with interested labs from other Texas
institutions, have convened a meeting of the Southeastern and
Central Texas Society for Clocks (SECTS for Clocks). The conference
is so successful that it has become well known throughout the
circadian rhythms field. The SECTS for Clocks meeting provides an
opportunity for each laboratory to present their most recent or
in-progress research findings, and for new scientists to learn
scientific communication skills, in an informal environment. SECTS
for Clocks fosters intellectual interaction and collaboration.
Although casual in organization, the meeting is characterized by
talks of very high standards-and many of us feel that it is as
useful, diverse, and of as consistently high quality as any
international meeting in the field.
Saturday, March 7, 2015
University of Texas Southwestern Medical School Dallas,